The City has continued to increase communications outputs, in an ongoing effort to develop avenues to share important information, as well as obtain feedback from the public.
Residential properties may experience freezing of service lines over the next two to three months due to frost penetrating deeper into the ground.
The agreement encompasses existing inter-organizational uses, as well as potential uses of recreation facilities.
You can report any problems with the street lights in you area. It's easy just click here to report it.
The City of Thompson would to remind residents to ensure someone is caring for properties on a daily basis. Fluctuation from extreme cold to warmer temperatures will cause frost to move further down and water service lines to freeze.
Due to the 10-year partnership agreement between the City of Thompson and the Nickel Days Corporation, paving of the Thompson
Regional Community Centre is now complete.
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